Foundations of a critique to come
Nordic Summer university together with Department of Society and Business, Roskilde University.
20th. – 22ed. March, 2020 Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark.
13-14.30 Key note: Rebecca Adler Nissen: ”Exploring Digital Disinformation”
15-16.30 Panel 1: The crisis of critic
- Asger Sørensen: Critique, not Criticism. Emphasizing Argument, Theory and Truth.
- Johan Söderberg Post-truth: The Return of ideology Critique.
- Torben Bech Dyrberg: The radical Left and Islamic radicalism: Four types of leftist critique
16-30-17.30 Panel 2: Genealogy as critic
- Gorm Harste: Dialectics of Absolutism between History and Evolution: Genealogy as Critique of modern decision-making premises
- Victor Pressfeldt: Critiquing neoliberal critique of Democracy: Explaining neoliberal re-definitions of Democracy in Sweden 1990-2000
9-10.00 Panel 3: Critic beyond Frankfurt
- Mikael Carleheden: Is critical theory in need of being decolonized?
- Carl Cassegård: Negative totality and the possibility of critique: Experience as a fulcrum of critique in Marx and Adorno
10-11-30: Keynote: Steve Fuller
12.30-14.00: Panel 4: Foundations of critique
- Anders Ramsay: The idea of an emancipatory knowledge interest.
- Allan Dreyer Hansen: Critique as intervention
- Øjvind Larsen: Habermas’ Auch eine Geschichte der Philosophie: The Significance of Christianity for the genealogical reconstruction of Post-metaphysical Thinking.
14.30-16.00 Keynote: Jason Glynos
16-17.30: Panel 5: Pathway for a critique to come
- Ula Nikolaja Ratajec: Discussing Apoliticism: The Role of Contemporary Sociological Critique in Tackling Apoliticism
- Karolina Enquist Källgren Work against action: on the critical potential of the concept of labor
- Anna Engstam: Rethinking Perspective Taking and Perspective Synthetization: Towards a Feminist, Post-Ethnomethodological Reconstruction of Discourse Ethics
17.30-18 Open debate, summarizing the day…
9-10.30: Panel 5: Critique and the study of social reality
- Jacob Dahl Rendtorff: The Critical Turn of Critical Theory
- Kristoffer Kropp & Anton Grau Larsen: Changing the topics: The social sciences in EU funded research projects
- John Storm Pedersen: Relationshipism and dataism within the digital welfare state how to establish a dialogue between data-analysts and public service semi-professionals to improve the citizens welfare?
11-12 Panel 6: Description as foundations of critique
- Johanna Sjöstedt: What can descriptions do? Beauvoir and critique in The Second Sex.
- Maria Rehling Refer: Painted sliders – a source to understand the self-understanding of the citizens in the class-divided society of the first half of 19th century.
12.00-12.30: Closure and information on upcoming Summer Session